"Straight out killa" - Fans in pure awe of Liam Harrison's unwavering spirit in brutal sequence against Muangthai

Liam Harrison
Fans in pure awe of Liam Harrison's (right) unwavering spirit in brutal sequence against Muangthai (left)

Fans have reacted to a vicious combination landed by Liam Harrison during his legendary war against Muangthai PK Saenchai.

In January 2020, Harrison fought in the ONE bantamweight Muay Thai division for the first time, defeating Mohammed Bin Mahmoud by first-round knockout. 'Hitman' then returned to action at ONE 156 and was matched up against Muangthai.

Harrison vs Muangthai was expected to be an entertaining brawl, but nobody could have predicted what would happen. The UK superstar was knocked down twice before digging deep and dropping Muangthai three times to secure a first-round knockout win.

ONE Championship recently revisited Harrison's unforgettable performance by posting footage on Instagram of him knocking down Muangthai. Fans took to the comment section and praised 'Hitman' for the brutal sequence:

"Straight out killa"
"That poor cage, caught the last shot @liambadco"
"Looked more like a crushing left hook than elbow"
"What an energetic warrior"
Instagram comments
Instagram comments

Watch the video of Harrison dropping Muangthai below:

What's next for Liam Harrison under the ONE Championship banner?

Following his win against Muangthai, Liam Harrison earned a ONE bantamweight Muay Thai world title shot against then-holder Nong-O. The Thai superstar chopped down 'Hitman' with leg kicks in their August 2022 bout and won by first-round TKO, leading to a lengthy recovery process for Harrison.

On June 7, Harrison will return to action at ONE 167 in a bantamweight Muay Thai matchup against Katsuki Kitano, which goes down inside Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand. The event can be watched live and for free by American and Canadian viewers with an active Prime Video subscription.

Furthermore, 'Hitman' has another fight scheduled for September 6 at ONE 168: Denver at Ball Arena when the promotion returns to the United States. Harrison will take on fellow living legend Seksan in a matchup that both fighters called for. Tickets for the upcoming event can be found here.

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